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This file contains a communiqué sent by the Montana United Indian Association to affiliated Indian Alliances on the proposed Off-reservation Indian Mental Health Research Project for year 3. This four-year research project aimed to deliver the referral assistance necessary to provide its clients with meaningful access to the relevant components of Montana’s mental health services system. A copy of The Workshop at Feathered Pipe Ranch on an exchange of viewpoints: Influence of Native American and Euro-American traditions on mental health practices report and a paper entitled ‘Ghost Illness: A cross-cultural experience with the expression of a non-western tradition on clinical practice by Robert W. Putsch are included in this file.
Collection Document Type
Native American Studies-Public Health
Off-Reservation Indian Mental Health Project, influence on Native American and Euro-American Traditions on mental health, Ghost Illness
Montana United Indian Association. "Traditional Medicine – Mental Health." (1982). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/lhnac/142